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Veera Sivaji
Directed byGanesh Vinayak
Produced byS. Nandagopal
Written byGanesh Vinayak
StarringVikram Prabhu
Music byD. Imman
CinematographyM. Sukumar
Edited byRuben
Madras Enterprises
Distributed bySri Thenandal Films
Release dates
December 16, 2016



Producer Nandagopal announced that he had signed on Vikram Prabhu to star in his film dhoni during July 2015 and that Ganesh Vinayak, who had made Thagaraaru (2013), would direct the film.[3] The film also marked the return of former child actress Shamili, who had taken a sabbatical after a brief foray into films in 2009.[4] Featuring an ensemble cast including RajendranJohn Vijay and Robo Shankar, the first schedule of Veera Sivaji was shot in Pondicherry from September 2015.[5][6] A song choreographed by Dinesh was pictured on the beaches of the town, later that month.[7] The film's first schedule was finished in November 2015, with the makers revealing that the film would focus on a relationship around Vikram Prabhu's character and a child.[8] A second schedule for the film was filmed across Chennai from mid November 2015.[9]


Music has been composed by D Imman. And there are totally 6 songs in this movie including the theme music. [10]
Veera Sivaji
Soundtrack album by D. Imman
Released31 August 2016
GenreFeature film soundtrack
LabelSony Music
ProducerD. Imman
D. Imman chronology
Veera Sivaji
1."Thaarumaaru Thakkaalisoru"  Silambarasan, Maria Roe Vincent4:17
2."Soppanasundari"  Vaikom Vijayalakshmi4:22
3."Thavazhndhidum Thangapoove"  Bombay Jayashri5:18
4."Adada Adada"  Sriram Parthasarathy, Shreya Ghoshal4:06
5."Thaarumaaru Thakkaalisoru Version 2"  Deepak, Maria Roe Vincent4:17
6."One Man Show Theme"  D Imman2:10

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Directed byShankar
Produced byShankar
R. Madhesh
Written byShankar
Manisha Koirala
Music byA. R. Rahman
CinematographyK. V. Anand
Edited byB. Lenin
V. T. Vijayan
Release dates
  • 7 November 1999
Running time
178 minutes[a]

Pugazhendi aka Pugazh (Arjun) is a news reporter working for QTV in Chennai. One day, violence erupts in the city following a communal clash which disrupts normal life. The Chief Minister (CM) of the state, Aranganathan (Raghuvaran), informs the police over wireless not to arrest the protestors as they belong to his community and political party. Pugazh hears the CM’s message to police while covering the riots and records it. Pugazh meets a village girl, Thenmozhi (Manisha Koirala), and falls in love with her. But her father (Vijayakumar) does not accept the marriage proposal as he wants to get Thenmozhi married only to a government employee.
One day, QTV arranges for a live interview with the CM and the anchor does not turn up at the last moment. Pugazh is thrilled and excited as he gets the opportunity to interview the CM. During the course of the interview, Pugazh unmasks many events done by the CM and his party against the welfare of the state and for political reasons with necessary evidences. The CM gets angry and challenges Pugazh to accept his post for a day so that he will realize the pressures faced on a daily basis. Pugazh after brief trepidation accepts the challenge provided the constitution permits. Law makers confirm that such a provision is possible and Pugazh is sworn in as the CM for 24 hours.
To everyone’s surprise, Pugazh does not prefer speaking to the waiting media crew but gets into action immediately by collecting a list of irresponsible civil servants and issues suspension letters immediately. He helps poor people rightfully reclaim houses allotted by the government. He requests every Indian citizen to pay all required taxes even if it is for a day highlighting the effects of avoiding the same. Mayakrishnan (Manivannan), a honest official, is the government secretary and helps Pugazh through his one day mission. Finally, Pugazh digs a case of corruption against the ruling party leading to the arrest of Aranganathan.
The next day, Aranganathan becomes the CM and cancels all orders issued from the previous day. He is furious and sends goons to kill Pugazh who escapes with heavy injuries. Aranganathan’s image is tarnished before the public and coalition parties withdraw their support resulting in disolving the government and leading to another election.
A huge crowd gathers in front of Pugazh’s house requesting him to contest in the upcoming election. Other political parties also come forward to offer their support for their own reasons. Thenmozhi's father requests Pugazh to stay away from politics so that his daughter will have a peaceful life. Moved by the support pouring in from all corners Pugazh decides to contest the election. Pugazh’s party sweeps the elections and he resumes his mission again.
Aranganathan and other politicians unite as they are worried by the change of events. A bomb planted in Pugazh's house to kill him unfortunately claims the lives of his parents. Aranganathan has his men plant bombs across Chennai and informs Pugazh. Though the bomb squad diffuse most of the bombs, Aranganathan blames Pugazh to be the man behind the entire episode and claims it as a ploy to win public support.
Pugazh realizes he will be prevented from performing his duties and invites Aranganathan to his office. As their conversation progresses,Pugazh pulls out a gun and shoots himself without causing any major injuries. He throws the gun to Aranganathan who catches it out of reflex. At the same time security guards rush in hearing gunfire and see Aranganathan pointing the gun at Pugazh. The guards shoot Aranganathan to save Pugazh.
Pugazh feels glad he can continue his mission without being interrupted but also feels guilty for having staged a false incident to kill Aranganathan. He confesses to Mayakrishnan that even he has been forced to play the game of politics. Mayakrishnan supports him saying that it has only been done for a good cause. Thenmozhi's father consents to the marriage.
The movie ends showing Tamil Nadu as a developed state under the rule of Pugazh with world class infrastructures and free of violence.



Following the success of Jeans (1998), Shankar chose to make a political action film.[5] The lead role was initially written with Rajinikanth in mind, but he was unwilling to star in the film.[6][7][8] Vijay was also considered by Shankar for the role, though the actor turned the offer down.[9][10][11] Shankar revealed that he even approached Kamal Haasan for the film but he was doing Hey Ram at that time.[12][6] Arjun, who had previously collaborated with Shankar in Gentleman (1993), was willing to offer bulk schedule dates for the film and was subsequently signed on.[6][13] Shankar noted that he was interested in casting Meena in the leading role, but opted against doing so as the actress was working with Arjun in another film in the same period, Rhythm (2000).[14] Subsequently Manisha Koirala, who worked with Shankar in Indian, was selected to play Arjun's heroine. Raghuvaran was signed to play the chief antagonist in the film, while Vadivelu and Manivannan were also chosen to play other characters. Despite reports that Shilpa Shetty was added to the cast in February 1999, it was later clarified to be untrue.[15]Laila, who had made her acting debut earlier in the year with Kallazhagar, was signed on to portray the role planned with Shetty instead.[16] Originally her role was supposed to feature throughout the film, but Shankar shortened her character owing to her callsheet problems.[6] Renowned muralist Natanam and Kalairani were casted as Arjun's parents.[17][18][19] S. Sashikanth who went on to produce films like Thamizh Padam (2010) and Kaaviya Thalaivan (2014) and K. R. Mathivaanan who directed Aridhu Aridhu (2010) worked as assistant directors.[20][21]
The film was launched in October 1998 at an event well attended by actors and technicians from the Tamil film industry, with noted actors Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan being the special invitees.[22] Production continued for several months, with reports suggesting that the film was delayed due to Manisha Koirala's unavailability though Shankar later stressed the production work demanded such delay. Parts of the film were also shot in BikanerRajasthan while the team also shot extensively in rural Tamil Nadu.[23] The film's cinematographer later noted that the scenes involving crowds shot on Anna SalaiChennai were among the hardest and most satisfying scenes he had worked on.[24] The song "Shakalaka Baby" was the last song to be shot, with Sushmita Sen selected to feature in a special appearance for the song.[25][26] Stunt master Peter Hein revealed that he worked as a body double for Arjun in the scene where he had to run nude on the streets.[27]

Mudhalvan | Arjun Sarja | Manisha Koirala | Vadivelu | Shankar | A.R.Rahman

Directed byN. Krishna
Produced byK. E. Gnanavel Raja
Written byN. Krishna
(screenplay and dialogue)
Story byA. C. Durai
Bhumika Chawla
Shriya Sharma
Music byA. R. Rahman
CinematographyR. D. Rajasekhar
Edited byAnthony
Distributed byStudio Green
Release dates
8 September 2006
Running time
175 minutes


Reports emerged in August 2005 that Suriya and Jyothika would come together for a project titled Jillendru Oru Kadhal based on a real life story which formed the script of A. C. Durai, while newcomer Krishna would direct it. The team signed up A. R. Rahman to compose the film's music while Asin was selected for another key role in the film after her successful pairing with Suriya in Ghajini. However, by the time the film was launched in December 2005, Bhumika Chawla had replaced Asin.
The film was shot extensively in Rajamundari, Vizag, with some portions in Mumbai, Coimbatore and Chennai, while a song was shot in Switzerland masquerading it as New York.[Initially touted as an August 2006 release, the film was delayed to avoid a clash with Jyothika's other film Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu.


The satellite rights of the film were sold to Kalaignar TV. The film was censored on 4 September 2006 and was given with a "U/A" certificate, with some dialogue muting. The film opened across 207 screens worldwide on 8 September 2006, three days before the wedding of the lead pair Suriya and Jyothika.The film received a large opening, and became a superhit at boxoffice .[Critics primarily labelled the film as a disappointment as a result of the high levels of publicity it received prior to release. The Hindu gave the film a negative review, claiming that "The most talked about movie of the year, Studio Green's "Sillunu Oru Kadhal" featuring Suriya and Jyotika, arives only to disappoint", further stating, "it lacks a strong cohesive script to bind the elements".
The film was later dubbed and released in Telugu as Nuvvu Nennu Prema.


Sillunu Oru Kaadhal
Soundtrack album by A. R. Rahman
Released2 August 2006
RecordedPanchathan Record Inn and AM Studios
GenreFilm soundtrack
LabelStar Music (India)
KM Musiq (Worldwide)
ProducerA. R. Rahman
A. R. Rahman chronology
Rang De Basanti
Sillunu Oru Kaadhal
The film features a soundtrack composed by A. R. Rahman with lyrics penned by Vaali. The music for the film was released on 2 August 2006 by K. M. Musiq and a day later in India by Star Music. The music was highly appreciated. The songs "Munbe Vaa" and "New York Nagaram" were chart toppers on the Tamil music channels and radio. Especially, "New York Nagaram" was termed as one of the best efforts by Rahman. He won the Filmfare Best Music Director Award for the soundtrack and Shreya Ghoshal won the Filmfare Best Female Playback Award (Tamil) and Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Female Playback for the song "Munbe Vaa". The Telugu version of the album was titled Nuvvu Nenu Prema.

Track listing

1."Kummi Adi"  Sirkazhi G. SivachidambaramSwarnalathaNaresh Iyer, Theni Kunjaramma, Vignesh, Chorus6:54
2."Munbe Vaa"  Shreya GhoshalNaresh Iyer5:59
3."Maaza Maaza"  S. P. B. Charan, Shreya Ghoshal5:43
4."Machhakkari"  Shankar MahadevanVasundhara Das5:32
5."New York"  A. R. Rahman6:19
6."Maaricham"  Caralisa MonteiroMohammed AslamKrishna Iyer6:10
7."Jillendru Oru Kaadhal"  

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Directed byRadha Mohan
Produced byPrakash Raj
Written byRadha Mohan
Prakash Raj
Music byVidyasagar
CinematographyK. V. Guhan
Edited byKasi Viswanathan
Distributed byOscar Films
Release dates
23 February 2007
Running time
155 minutes
Budget2.5 crores
Box office10 crores


"As a boy, I had seen such a girl living in my colony. She looked cute and moved about cheerfully. I would wonder what `sound' meant to her. So later I felt it would be interesting to have a musician opposite this role".
 – Radhamohan, in an interview with The Hindu in July 2007.[3]
Radhamohan revealed that idea of the film came from a little girl who stayed in his neighbourhood. He also told that he had Jyothika in his mind while writing down her character,[4] she initially refused to act but later agreed after hearing the script.[3]
Many actresses refused to play the character of Jyothika's friend,[3] finally Swarnamalya was selected to play the role, Swarnamalya agreed after hearing the script which gave equal importance to women characters.[5][6] Elango Kumaravel who earlier appeared in director's previous films did not acted in this film instead he worked as a dubbing artist lending his voice for Brahmanandam.[3] Prithviraj was selected after director was impressed with his performance in Paarijatham.[3]Prasanna was originally selected for the role which was eventually portrayed by Prakashraj.[7]
Brahmanandam, Neelima Rani and M. S. Bhaskar were selected to portray supporting roles.[8][9][10]
The film's climax was shot at the church called "Church of Our Lady of Angels" situated at Pondicherry.[11]


Soundtrack album by Vidyasagar
Released02 February 2007
RecordedVarsha Vallaki Studios
GenreFeature Film Soundtrack
LabelSa Re Ga Ma
Vidyasagar chronology
The soundtrack was composed by Vidyasagar. Acclaimed poet Vairamuthu has penned the lyrics for all the songs. The song Kannal Pesum is a modification of the song Elamankanniloode... I am thinking of you from the Malayalam film 'Satyam Sivam Sundaram'(2000). Vidyasagar gave the music for the Malayalam movie too. All the songs were well received especially "Kaatrin Mozhi" and "Sevvanam".[12]
A segment of Harry Belafonte's version of the popular Jewish folk song Hava Nagila is played during the comedy scene between Prakash Raj and Brahmanandam.
The audio was released on February 2007 at Sathyam Cinemas.[13][14]Soundtrack received positive reviews from critics.[15][16] Indiaglitz praised the soundtrack stating that: "To put it simply, Vidyasagar has given music as much for your soul as he has done for your ears".[17]
Song TitleSingersDuration
Kannal Pesum PenneS. P. Balasubramanyam04:43
Kaatrin MozhiBalram05:52
Sevvanam Selai KattiJassie Gift04:45
Mouname UnnidamSrinivas01:16
En Jannal TherivadhuKarthik00:56
Pesa MarandhaayaeMadhu Balakrishnan04:44
Aazha KannaalTippu01:09
Kaatrin MozhiSujatha05:53

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